Broncos guard Zane Beadles works to help local kids

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DENVER --- Broncos guard Zane Beadles is known for making hard hits and protecting Peyton Manning. But during the offseason, he was working hard to help kids.

The Zane Beadles Parade Foundation is a dream come true for the Utah native, who always wanted to start a non-profit.  In his fourth year with the Broncos, Beadles has always been committed to community service. His foundation focuses on enriching the lives of children faced with unfortunate situations.

Zane's Parade currently supports two organizations. Brent's Place provides "safe-clean" housing for immune compromised patients and their families. The other group is CABPES, the Colorado Association of Black Professional Engineers and Scientists -- a natural fit for Beadles, who majored in mechanical engineering.

For more information on Beadles Foundation and upcoming fundraising efforts, check out

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